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The effects of co-morbidity in defining major depression subtypes associated with long-term course and severity.

Wardenaar KJ, van Loo HM, Cai T, Fava M, Gruber MJ, Li J, de Jonge P, Nierenberg AA, Petukhova MV, Rose S, Sampson NA, Schoevers RA, Wilcox MA, Alonso J, Bromet EJ, Bunting B, Florescu SE, Fukao A, Gureje O, Hu C, Huang YQ, Karam AN, Levinson D, Medina Mora ME, Posada-Villa J, Scott KM, Taib NI, Viana MC, Xavier M, Zarkov Z, Kessler RC. The effects of co-morbidity in defining major depression subtypes associated with long-term course and severity. Psychol Med. 2014 Nov; 44(15):3289-302.

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Funded by the NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences through its Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program, grant number UL1TR002541.